Saturday, May 24, 2008
The first lesson is, of course, that she's batshit crazy.
But the other lesson -- and a lot of people need to learn this -- is as follows:
If your apology contains the word "if" it is not a real apology.
Oh, and it should also contain some variation of either "apologize" or "sorry."
Senator Clinton: "I regret that if my referencing that moment of trauma for our entire nation, and particularly for the Kennedy family was in any way offensive"
Again, not really an apology. Like a lot of public figures, she does this a lot. The media need to stop calling it an "apology" and call it what it is: a passive-agressive bird-flip.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
"It's often been said: As Kentucky goes, so goes the nation."
(Also in tonight's speech Clinton said, "It's not just Kentucky bluegrass that's music to my ears." No word on what other vegetation or shrubbery the Senator enjoys listening to.)